Challenge Advisory publishes across a variety of platforms, and all of our external content is available via the Knowledge Centre section of Challenge.org. This includes stand-alone articles, white papers, and reports, and access is free.
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We do not authorize the use of our content for promotional, sales, or marketing purposes. Please note that we do not supply customized reprints.
Challenge Advisory allows select publications to republish our articles and exhibits, subject to approval. To request permission to republish an article or exhibit, online or in print, please write to email@example.com with the following information:
Please note that our reprint licensing policy does not permit altering articles in any way, translating them into other languages, or creating edited excerpts or summaries. We allow select publications to excerpt our exhibits, subject to approval.
We ask that our content be used only for educational, informational, or editorial purposes. We do not authorize the use of our content for sales, marketing, business, or promotional purposes.
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While Challenge Advisory consultants and alumni write the majority of our articles, we do accept submissions from external thought leaders and practitioners. The bar is the same for all authors: we look for thinking that is novel, useful, and rigorously substantiated. For external contributors, we also attach weight to work that sheds light on topics that are a priority for our firm and to submissions from recognized leaders in their field.
To explore whether Challenge Advisory might be interested in publishing your work, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We review both drafts and proposals. If your submission holds promise, we will be in touch to discuss the content and clarify our editorial process.
To apply for a consulting role, please visit our Careers site. Your background and experience will determine which consulting role makes sense for you.
Challenge Advisory consultants come from a wide variety of backgrounds. People with bachelor’s degrees typically join our firm as business analysts, also known as fellows in some offices. Some stay for two or three years before attending graduate school or gaining further work experience. Others are invited to stay at Challenge Advisory and move directly into an associate role.
People with MBAs or other advanced professional degrees (JD, MD, PhD, or nonbusiness master’s degree) typically join as associates. Most consultants join initially as generalists, working across a broad range of industries and functions. Others join as practice consultants, working primarily in a particular function or sector.
We also look for experienced professionals from a variety of fields and professions, whether you work in finance, government, engineering, law, the military, medicine, or manufacturing. Experienced professionals join Challenge Advisory in a wide range of roles. People with bachelor’s degrees and a few years of experience might join as business analysts, associates, or specialists. Seasoned professionals—those with extensive work experience—might join as associates, specialists, experts, or in more senior consulting roles.
Please visit our Careers site for more information about consulting opportunities at Challenge Advisory, what we look for in a candidate, and how to apply for a job here.
In addition to consulting roles, Challenge Advisory provides excellent career opportunities in research roles. Our knowledge and research professionals are dedicated to the development and dissemination of knowledge in support of our client work. Please visit our Knowledge Centre page to find out more.
To search for other non-consulting roles at Challenge Advisory—in areas such as administration, information technology, research, and professional development— please visit the Careers page.
Yes, we offer summer business-analyst and associate internships for those currently pursuing a degree.
The typical duration and timing of internships at Challenge Advisory is 8 to 12 weeks in the summer, though in some cases there may be opportunities to intern for fewer weeks or during the spring or fall. Interns work on a client engagement as a full member of a Challenge Advisory team. To learn more and start an application, please visit our Careers site.
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